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Some of the best and the worst cards of 2010


Some of the best and the worst cards for the year 2010 have been announced by after making comparisons between several cards. The worst cards included those with high fees, high rates, and limited disclosure. The ones that were rated the best were those that offered fewer rewards, but had higher fees, and offered the best in terms of service, value, and convenience.

According to the ratings, the worst credit cards of 2010 were the prepaid debit card that was endorsed by the Kardashian sisters. This was the most hated card of all, and the First Premier MasterCard with a 79.99% APR was the worst credit card.

The other cards that had little disclosure were the Best Buy’s Reward Zone MasterCard as well as the Applied Bank Unsecured Visa Gold Card, which according to was the most expensive card to use to rebuild your credit. It was also noted that Applied Bank did not offer any grace period, that means the interest is accrued on purchases from the moment the card is swiped, unlike other cards, which have a 3 to 4 weeks grace period.

In the cash-back category, the best credit card was the PenFed Visa Platinum Cashback Rewards Card as well as the Fidelity Investment Rewards American Express Card. The best low-interest cards were the Simmons Visa Platinum, as well as the PenFed Promise Visa Card. The low-introductory rate credit cards were Citi Platinum Select MasterCard and Discover More Card.

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[Sunday, December 18, 2011]
Chase Bank recently announced the redesign of its Visa credit cards - allowing more space on the front for the Chase logo. This new design is in trial mode currently but Visa has pans to roll out its new design to other financial institutions in order to increase the branding and logo visibility of the individual issuing banks.
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[Friday, October 28, 2011]
Debit and credit: they`re both plastic, why not consolidate them? The Cinncinati-based Fifth Third Bank, is the first to offer the DuoMasterCard which consolidates both a checking and a credit card account into one card.
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[Wednesday, September 21, 2011]
It really pays when you do the right thing. Take credit cards for instance, having a clean credit profile really does help. Those who managed to maintain a squeaky clean credit report during the recession can now jump with joy, as they will get some of the best deals from credit card issuers.
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